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Deal With Stubborn Child: क्या आपका भी बच्चा करता है सबके सामने जिद, तो फॉलो करें टिप्स

Deal With Stubborn Child: बच्चे जब गलतियां करें तो उन्हें मारने के बजाय प्यार से समझाएं। बच्चों की कुछ आदतों को सुधारने के लिए अपने आपको भी बच्चा बनाना पड़ता है, जिससे कि आप अपने बच्चे को यह महसूस करा सकें कि आप उनकी भावनाओं को समझ सकते हैं, वरना …

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$10-a-day child care in Nunavut to start in December

Nunavummiut families will be seeing $10-a-day child care much sooner than anticipated. According to a joint news release from the federal and territorial government, as of Dec. 1, Nunavut will be the first jurisdiction to achieve $10-a-day for licensed child-care centres under a Canada-wide early learning and child-care system. Pamela Gross, Nunavut …

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27 years ago, I turned down my dream college. Today, my child is studying there

This First Person article is the experience of Jen Watt who lives in Guelph, Ont. For more information about CBC’s First Person stories, please see the FAQ. I hold the crisp white paper with the tri-colour letterhead that includes an offer of admission to my dream school and program. This …

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Cindy Blackstock asks Human Rights Tribunal to reject $20B child welfare compensation deal

An Indigenous children’s rights advocate — whose 15-year battle with Ottawa led to a historic $40 billion settlement agreement over discrimination in the First Nations foster care system — is asking the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to send the compensation deal back to the drawing board. Cindy Blackstock, executive director …

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Convicted B.C. sex criminal arrested in Cambodia for allegations of child rape

WARNING: This story contains disturbing details about alleged sex crimes against children. Investigators in Canada and Cambodia are looking into the activities of a Vancouver man arrested for a number of sex crimes against Cambodian children. The Child Protection Unit, an investigative group affiliated with Cambodia’s Ministry of Interior and funded …

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How First Nations in Alberta are building their own child welfare systems

A trio of northern First Nations expect to be the first Indigenous group to take over child welfare services from the Alberta government — but say their new agency won’t be up and running for over a year. Loon River Cree Nation, Peerless Trout First Nation and Lubicon Lake Band …

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B.C. teen’s harasser posed as child protection staff to family, Crown tells jury

A Crown attorney says British Columbia teenager Amanda Todd was lured, harassed and extorted with online messages demanding she perform sexual “shows,” or videos of her would be sent to her family and classmates. In closing arguments at the B.C. Supreme Court trial of Dutchman Aydin Coban, Kristen LeNoble told …

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Federal government, AFN reach $20B final settlement on First Nations child welfare agreement

Money to compensate young people harmed by Canada’s discriminatory child welfare system is expected to begin flowing to First Nations sometime next year, now that the federal government and the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) have reached a final settlement agreement. Ottawa, the AFN and plaintiffs in two class-action cases reached an agreement-in-principle …

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St. John’s mother whose child died not satisfied with sanctions for doctor who admitted to errors

Crystal Whalen holds her daughter, Karlee, on Jan. 19, 2019, at the Health Sciences Centre in St. John’s. (Crystal Whalen/Facebook) The mother of a child who died in 2019 is angry about the sanctions her obstetrician received after acknowledging errors she made during the delivery. Crystal Whalen said the sanctions for …

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RCMP took law ‘into their own hands’ by entering N.L. home and questioning child, lawyers say

A pair of criminal lawyers say that RCMP officers overstepped their bounds when they entered a Mount Moriah, N.L. home early Sunday morning and the police should provide a clear explanation as to what happened. Michael Spratt, a criminal defence lawyer in Ottawa, says the police can only legally enter …

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